Sustainable Horticulture, Volume 1

Diversity, Production, and Crop Improvement

Debashis Mandal (Redaktør) ; Amritesh C. Shukla (Redaktør) ; Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui (Redaktør)

Sustainable Horticulture, Volume 1: Diversity, Production, and Crop Improvements is part of a two-volume compendium that addresses the most important topics facing horticulture around the world today.







Volume 1, on Diversity, Production, and Crop Improvement, outlines the contemporary trends in sustainable horticulture research, covering such topics as crop diversity, species variability and conservation strategies, production technology, tree architecture management, plant propagation and nutrition management, organic farming, and new dynamics in breeding and marketing of horticulture crops. Les mer
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Sustainable Horticulture, Volume 1: Diversity, Production, and Crop Improvements is part of a two-volume compendium that addresses the most important topics facing horticulture around the world today.







Volume 1, on Diversity, Production, and Crop Improvement, outlines the contemporary trends in sustainable horticulture research, covering such topics as crop diversity, species variability and conservation strategies, production technology, tree architecture management, plant propagation and nutrition management, organic farming, and new dynamics in breeding and marketing of horticulture crops.







Sections include:








Genetic Resources & Biodiversity Conservation



Production & Marketing of Horticulture Crops



Crop Improvement & Biotechnology







Together with Volume 2: Food, Health, and Nutrition, this two-volume compendium presents an abundance of new research on sustainable horticulture that will be valuable for a broad audience, including students of horticulture, faculty and instructors, scientists, agriculturists, government and nongovernment organizations, and other industry professionals.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Citrus Germplasm at Original Home Warrants Documentation and Conservation

R. K. Bhattacharyya



Medicinal Orchids of Mizoram and Habit Approach for Conservation

Vanlalruati , T. Mandal, S. Pradhan, and Vanlalremruati Hnamte



Varietal Wealth of Turf Grasses at Iari

Babita Singh, S. S. Sindhu, and Namita



Local Germplasm and Landraces of Vegetables: Availability, Market Price and Perception of Consumer

Anjana Pradhan, Laxuman Sharma, S. Manivannan, and Karma Diki Bhutia



Horticulture for Sustainable Development in India

K. L. Chadha



Organic Fruit Production in India: Present Situation and Future Prospects

S. K. Mitra, Hidangmayun L. Devi, and K. S. Thingreingam Irenaeus



Tropical Fruit Tree Architectural Management in Thailand

Narong Chomchalow and Prem Na Songkhla



Organizing Market Led Extension in Horticulture for Less Favored Areas (NEH): Challenges and Opportunities

V. K. Jayaraghavendra Rao



Transforming Marketing Linkages in Horticulture through Effective Institutions and Innovative Agri-Business Models

Vasant P. Gandhi



Status and Strategic Plan for the Sustainable Development of Horticulture Sector in Andaman and Nicobar and Lakshadweep Groups of Islands, India: Horticultural Development in Tropical Indian Islands

R. K. Gautam, S. Dam Roy, Ajit Arun Waman, Pooja Bohra, I. Jaisankar, V. Damodaran, K. Sakthivel, and T. Bharathimeena



Organic Vegetables Farming and its Prospects in Pakyong East District of Sikkim, India

Anjana Pradhan, Deeki Lama Tamang, Sangay Gyampo Bhutia, and Pabitra Subba



Organic Nutrient Management for Improving the Fruit Quality of Mango Cv. Alphonso

H. Lembisana Devi, Y. T. N. Reddy, Thejangulie Angami, Prativa Sahu, E. Reang, G. S. Yadav, and B. Das



Organic Production of Turmeric in Northeastern India: Constraint and Opportunities

Mary Chinneithiem Haokip, Akoijam Ranjita Devi, and Khumbar Debbarma



Organic Horticulture for Sustainable Development: Strategic Opportunities and Relevance in the Indian Perspective

T. K. Hazarika



Effect of Zinc and Boron on Growth, Yield and Economics of Cultivation of Onion (Allium cepa L.) Cv. Agrifound Dark Red in Nagaland, India

Khatemenla, V. B. Singh, Trudy A. Sangma, and Lalngaihwami



Effect of Different Nutrient Management on Productivity of Potato (Var. Kufri Jjyoti) and Soil Nutrient Status in New Alluvial Zone of West Bengal, India

Priyanka Irungbam and Mahadev Pramanick



Impact of Enriched Composts and Bio-Inoculants on Symbiotic, Growth, Yield and Quality Parameters in Garden Pea (Pisum sativum L.) Under Organic Farming Conditions

Sanjay Chadha, Akashdeep Singh, and Sangeeta Kanwar



Influence of Organic Wastes Amendment in the Soil of a Jhum Fallow

Angom Sarjubala Devi and Lalbiakdiki Royte



Effect of Biofertilizer Consortium, FYM, Enriched Compost and Chemical Fertilizers on Sustainable Production and Profitability of Garden Pea (Pisum sativum L.) in the Plains of Assam, North East India

Trudy A. Sangma, L. Saikia, Khatemenla, and Rokozeno



Kendu- an Underexploited Forest Fruit Species for Poverty Alleviation of Tribals

Debjit Roy, Subhasis Kundu and Bikash Ghosh



Proline Accumulation Under Drought Stress in Onion (Allium cepa L.) Cultivars

K. Riazunnisa and G. Sai Sudha



A Statistical Study on Pineapple in North- Eastern States of India for Sustainable Policy Development

Krajairi Mog, Sh. Herojit Singh, and Anurup Majumder



Performance of Horticulture Crops under Sloping Agriculture Land Technology in Hilly Terrains of Mizoram, India

F. Lalnunmawia, B. Gopichand, Tawnenga, R. Lalfakzuala, and F. Lalriliana



Changes in Vitamin C Content During the Various Stages of Ripening of Citrus grandis: A Major Fruit Crop of Sikkim, India

Yengkokpam Ranjana Devi, Puthem Mineshwor, and Rocky Thokchom



Fruit Setting, Yield and Economics of Ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk) Cv. 'Bau Kul-1' to the Exposure of Growth Regulators and Micronutrients

Sayan Sau, Debjit Roy, Bikash Ghosh, Indrani Majumder, Subhasis Kundu, and Sukamal Sarkar



Impact of Various Pruning Levels on Petiole Nutrient Status, Physiology, Yield and Quality of Grape (Vitis vinifera L.) Cv. Italia

S. Senthilkumar, R. M. Vijayakumar, K. Soorianathasundaram, and D. Durga Devi



Green Space for Sustainable Disaster Management

Jenny Zoremtluangi, Vanlalruati, and Vanlalremruati Hnamte



Effect of Organic and Inorganic source of NPK on Plant Growth, Spike Yield and Quality of Gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus) cv. Jester

V. M. Prasad, Devi Singh, and Balaji Vikram



Effect of Plant Growth Regulators on Growth, Flowering and Corm Production of Gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus) cv. Jester

V. M. Prasad, Devi Singh, and Balaji Vikram



Effect of Iba and Different Rooting Media on Fig Cuttings

Megha H. Dahale, G.S. Shinde, S.G. Bharad, P.K. Nagre, and D.N. Muske



New Dynamics in Breeding of Horticultural Crops

Thaneshwari and C. Aswath



Peppers (Capsicum spp.): Domestication and Breeding for Global Use

S. Kumar, H. C. Shieh, S. W. Lin, R. Schafleitner, L. Kenyon, R. Srinivasan, J. F. Wang, A. W. Ebert, and Y. Y. Chou



Detection of Phytophthora Using Molecular and Immunological Approaches in Citrus Spp.

S. J. Gahukar, Deepa N. Muske, Amrapali A. Akhare, R. G. Dani, and R. M. Gade



Discrimination of Phytophthora as a Devasting Fungus of Citrus Orchard from Other Fungi Using Molecular Approach

Deepa N. Muske, S. J. Gahukar, Amrapali A. Akhare, and R. G.Dani



Genetic Diversity and Heritability in Bitter Gourd (Momordica charantia L.). Genotypes

Umakant Singh, Devi Singh, and V. M. Prasad



Performance Study of Tuberose in the Gangetic Plains of West Bengal, India

Vanlalruati T. Mandal and Jenny Zoremtluangi



Genotypic Performance on Growth and Yield in Bitter Gourd (Momordica charantia L.). Genotypes

Uma Kant Singh, Devi Singh, and V. M. Prasad

Om forfatteren

Debashis Mandal, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Horticulture, Aromatic and Medicinal Plants at Mizoram University in Aizawl, India. Dr. Mandal started his academic career as Assistant Professor at Sikkim University. He had post doctoral research experience as a project scientist at the Precision Farming Development Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. He has done research on sustainable hill farming for the past seven years and has published 18 research papers and three book chapters in reputed journals and books. He is a working member of the global working group on Lychee and Other Sapindaceae Crops, International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS) Belgium and as Editor-in-Lead (Hort.) for the International Journal of Bio Resources & Stress Management. In addition, he is a consultant horticulturist to the Department of Horticulture and Agriculture (Research and Extension), Government of Mizoram, India, where he works on various research projects. He has visited many countries for his work, including Thailand, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam, and South Africa.







Amritesh C. Shukla, DPhil, DSc, is currently Department of Botany, University of Lucknow, India. He was formerly a Professor in the Department of Horticulture, Aromatic and Medicinal Plants, Mizoram University, Aizawl, India. He began his academic career as Associate Professor at the same university.

He has more than 20 years of experience on natural products and drug development and standardized various scientific methods viz., MSGIT, MDKT, MS-97, NCCLS (2002-03). He has developed six commercial herbal formulations and holds four patents. He has published 75 research papers and 15 book chapters. He has also authored six books and handled many externally funded research projects. He is a Fellow of five national and international scientific societies and also a Visiting Professor at the University of British Columbia, Canada, and the University of Mauritius. In addition, Dr. Shukla is working as an Editor, Associate Editor, and editorial board member of many internationally reputed journals, including the American Journal of Food Technology, Journal of Pharmacology & Toxicology, Research Journal of Medicinal Plants, etc. He has also been the visiting scientist at universities in Australia, Germany, China, and USA.








Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, PhD, is an Assistant Professor and Scientist in the Department of Food Science and Post-Harvest Technology, Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour, India, and author or co-author of 31 peer-reviewed research articles, 26 book chapters, two manuals, and 18 conference papers. He has 11 edited and an authored books to his credit, published by Elsevier, CRC Press, Springer, and Apple Academic Press. Dr. Siddiqui has established the international peer-reviewed Journal of Postharvest Technology. He is Editor-in-Chief of two book series (Postharvest Biology and Technology and Innovations in Horticultural Science), published by Apple Academic Press. Dr. Siddiqui is also a Senior Acquisitions Editor in Apple Academic Press, New Jersey, USA, for Horticultural Science. He has been serving as an editorial board member and active reviewer of several international journals.

Dr. Siddiqui has received several grants and respected awards for his research work by a number of organizations. He is an active member of the organizing committees of several national and international seminars, conferences, and summits. He is one of key members in establishing the WORLD FOOD PRESERVATION CENTER (WFPC), LLC, USA, and is currently an active associate and supporter.